STUDENT SERVICES Ms. Lesann
STUDENT SERVICES – Ms. LeSann
GRADE 12 PARENTS: Please ask your son/daughter in grade 12 about the package of information they received from me in September. Please keep this information in a safe place so that you can refer back to it throughout the year.
Grade twelve students please remember to request official transcripts from the Ministry of Education once you have applied to the institutions of your choice. Here is the link to do that:
Grade twelve students if you have strong grade eleven marks please send in your university applications NOW for early admission because many deadlines are at the end of this month. Submitting your application early helps you to make plans well in advance and also can apply for and be considered for scholarships and other awards, but only if you apply early. As always please come and see me if you have any questions about applying, scholarships, or other awards.
If you have applied to the University of Saskatchewan and have been accepted please apply for the BEST AND BRIGHTEST SCHOLARSHIP. The deadline for this scholarship is December 15th please find more information here:
If you are planning on attending Sask Polytechnicnext fall please apply to your program now as many programs fill up quickly, especially the “first applied, first admitted.” If you are thinking about attending SaskPolytech please consider going on one of the INSIGHT tours on November 16th. Please check out more information at
Any grade twelve student who wishes to write the SAT or ACT tests (usually required if attending college in the USA or internationally) can pick up information from Student Services. If you missed the registration for the Esterhazy High School sitting you can take it at another location nearby. The nearest test writing locations for the ACT are the University of Regina and at a high school in Brandon, MB. Register for that test at actstudent.org.
Esterhazy High School hosted its annual Post-Secondary Education & Career Day on Friday, October 13th. Also invited to attend were grade 11 and 12 students from Langenburg and Churchbridge. Several post-secondary institutions attended the event as well as the Canadian Armed Forces, RCMP, Sask. Apprenticeship and many businesses and members of the community.
Please come and see me on Parent Teacher Interview Night on Nov. 23rd if you have any questions or concerns regarding Post-Secondary Planning or High School Credits.